Part 1.1 - General Information
Purpose and application.
Exemptions from rules.
Payment to the commission.
Part 1.2 - Contacting the Commission
Address or telephone change.
Part 1.3 - Compliance with this Chapter
Part 2.1 - General Permit Information
Carrier operations that require a household goods permit.
Operations that do not require a household goods permit.
Types of household goods permits.
Transfer of an existing permit.
Part 2.2 - Permanent Authority
Part 2.3 - Using the Permit
Commenting on an application for permanent authority.
Setting an application for hearing.
Retaining copies of the permit.
Lost or destroyed permit.
Allowing others to use permit authority.
Permit names or trade names.
Changing a permit name.
Voluntary suspension of a permit.
Voluntary cancellation of a permit.
Part 2.4 - Suspended and Canceled Permits
Involuntary cancellation of a permit.
PART 3 - ADMINISTRATIVE, TARIFF, AND RATE REQUIREMENTS TO TRANSPORT HOUSEHOLD GOODS, FOR HIRE, WITHIN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
Part 3.1 - Annual Reports and Regulatory Fees
Annual reports and regulatory fees.
Part 3.2 - Tariff and Rates
Tariff and rates, general.
Tariff maintenance and fees.
Changing commission-published tariffs.
Individual carrier tariffs.
Public liability and property damage insurance.
PART 4 - EQUIPMENT AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
Equipment safety requirements.
Part 4.2 - Drivers' Requirements
Driver safety requirements.
Part 4.3 - Equipment Leasing
PART 5 - CARRIER'S RESPONSIBILITIES TO SHIPPERS
Part 5.1 - General Responsibilities
Information household goods carriers must provide to customers.
Part 5.3 - Bills of Lading
Bill of lading.
Part 5.4 - Weight of Shipment
Part 5.5 - Complaint and Claim Procedures
Customer complaints and claims.
Resolving customer complaints or claims.
Complaint and claim records retention.
PART 6 - INTERSTATE OPERATIONS
Requirements for interstate operations.
PART 7 - ADOPTION BY REFERENCE
Adoption by reference.